Global Peace Missions, Incorporated

Federal Tax-Exempt Non-profit Organization

EIN: 94-3403302

International Seminar on Women Against Violence

Global Peace Missions, Inc. is collaborating with different positive organizations
to sound the alarm to bring global attention to the unending streak of deaths being reported
out of Christian areas in Nigeria. Collaboaring organizations believe that lives and property
should be protected all over the world by governments operating the different geographic areas,
be they countries or territories. Women are congregating to register their utter dismay over the
blatant disregard for human life in the Christian areas of Nigeria.


Rescuing Christian Families in Crisis

International Women Against Violence

Every well-meaning woman anywhere in the world is invited to attend and actively participate
in this very crucial time-sensitive seminar. Christian families in different parts of Nigeria
are facing existencial threat, and it is incumbent on well-meaning women, as mothers, wives, sisters,
daughters, and friends, to wade into this matter and voice out our condemnation of these atrocities.


Those who would like to speak or present should quickly submit their requests
Write a paragraph of about 10 lines to introduce your intended topic and presentation direction.
If possible, provide a few bullet points in our submission.
Keynote Speakers are as follows:

Keynote Speakers and Topics:

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Protecting Women and Children Rights
(by Magistrate Emily Herbert)

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Solutions to the genocidal killings in Nigeria
(by Dr. Josephine Emmanuel Oparaocha)

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Protecting Christians from Jihad: One Family At A Time
(by Victoria Yafa Frank)

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Christians who are being killed over their decision to follow Jesus
(by MiriamCastellano)

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Malnutrition in Crisis Territories and the Role of A Christian Mother
(by Dorothy Onoja)

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From Seige to Freedom
(by Lois Ubani)

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Shielding Widows and Orphans from Crisis
(by Deaconess Emem Etete)

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The Way Out of The Wilderness
(by Dr. Violet Smart)

Several other presenters are being considered.

Several other topics are on the table to be matched with the request of prospective presenters.

Seminar Session

Date: Friday, November 29 - Sunday, December 1, 2019

Comfort Suites New Bern Avenue - CAROLINA MEETING ROOM
1309 Corporation Parkway, Raleigh, NC 27610, U.S.A.
(A Few Minutes From The RDU Airport)

Phone: +1 (984) 355-0600; +1(919) 212-6900

Reference: "Women Against Violence" (International Conference)


Attendees are to arrive at the hotel on Thursday and check in.
The schedule below applies to Sessions 1 and 2.

Those attending from outside the United States should choose which session matches their travel scheduels.

Opening Session

Friday at 7pm

Introduction of Organizers.

Introduction of Keynote Speakers.

Introduction of Registered Presenters.

Introduction of Rundown of the events.


Organizer/Session Supervisor - Dr. Annirate Clarke

General Deliberations Facilitator - Lady Helen Onuma

10:00am - 10:05am - Welcome Remarks - Dr. Annirate Clarke
(Annirate Clarke Consulting) - Organizer

10:05am - 10:10am - Setting The Tone - Dr. Josephine Emmanuel
(International Institute for African Scholars) - Moderator

10:10am - 10:30am - Opening Remarks - Prince Ezem Ihenacho (Global Advocate for Humanity)

10:30am - 11:00am - Magistrate Emily Herbert

11:00am - 11:30am - Victoria Yafa Frank

11:30am - 12:00pm - Mrs. Dorothy Onoja

12:00pm - 12:30pm - Lady Lois Ubani

12:30pm - 1:00pm - Miriam Castellano

1:00pm - 1:30pm - Deaconess Emem Etete

1:30pm - 2:00pm - Dr. Violet Smart

2:00pm - 2:30pm - Lady Helen Onuma - Facilitator

2:30pm - 3:30pm - General Deliberations - Moderated by Dr. Josephine Oparaocha

3:30pm - 4:00pm - Communique & Letters to the Congress Representatives

5:00pm - 5:30pm - Off-site Dinner


Facilitators: Dr. Annirate Clarke, Lady Helen Onuma, Lady Lois Ilomuanya, et al.

8:00am - 9:00am - Opening Briefing - Lady Helen Onuma

9:00am - 12:pm - Plenary Session - All Attendees Participate

12:00pm -2:00pm - Luncheon

3:00am - 5:00pm - Closing Session


Registration is Free - Donors are welcome. Donations are Tax-deductible.

This event is a closed event for screened participants.

Interested persons should send an email to: to indicate their interest to participate

Interested persons should follow the 'Donate' button below to make their donations.

Individuals may also donate by depositing to Bank of America, North Carolina.

Account # 237041572946. Routing # 053000196 (Global Peace Missions, Incorporated - GPMI - EIN: 94-3403302)

The organizer (GPMI) is a nongovernmental organization (Non-Profit). All monies received are donations.

Feel free to donate to the International Women's Conference, even if you are not planning to attend.

Women, Children, Families, Widows, Orphans, Displaced, and Wounded Christians will be reorganized/rehabilitated based on the knowledge from this Conference.

Instructions are below for those wishing to donate through PayPal

Your Tax-Deductible Support For The International Women's Conference Will Make The Seminar Successful

Any support that is given to this seminar will impact several families in a highly positive way.
Approval and support for this proposal, therefore, is hereby solicited.
Please approve and release funds the transportation and accommodation of the participants.
Donations will go strictly to this Conference.


Annirate Clarke Consulting, Atlanta, GA, USA

Global Peace Missions, Inc., Raleigh, NC, USA

Eclipse Ventures, Inc., Raleigh, NC, USA

(984) 355-0600;

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Dr. Annirate Clarke